ATLANTA -- A key panel in the West Virginia state Legislature yesterday approved proposed legislation to put back on track a $180 million school bond issue issue derailed this summer by the state's Supreme Court.

The proposal was passed out of the House of Representatives' Finance Committee in the second day of a special session that Gov. Gaston Caperton called last week to deal with the funding problems of the West Virginia School Building Authority.

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